Relationships 101
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Relationships 101

Relationships are Our Mirrors

Our relationships are growth opportunities. We are often attracted to partners who express parts of us that are underdeveloped and we equally dislike aspects of them that we don’t accept in ourselves.

We may be attracted to a narcissist when we need to be more narcissistic — think more of ourselves, go after what we want, and express our needs and anger. We may be attracted to someone very spiritual, ambitious…

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Everything about good and bad relationships and how to better or leave them.

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Darlene Lancer

Darlene Lancer

Therapist-Author of “Codependency for Dummies,” relationship expert. Get a FREE 14 Tips on Letting Go http://bit.ly/MN2jSG. Join me on FB http://on.fb.me/WnMQMH

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